Research Seminars – Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries

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Join in with inspiring research seminars facilitated by our Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries

Seminars run by the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are open to all our postgraduate students and academic staff, and some are also open to members of the public and other institutions.

See our full timetable below, or jump to the school or department you're most interested in to find out more. 

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School of Architecture

There are no seminars currently scheduled. Return to our research seminar landing page to discover events by other faculties.

School of Art, Design and Performance

Date Time Description Speaker Open to Link to register/join
2 December 2021 6.00pm - 7.00pm Making Hospitals Better: Bespoke Digital Applied Theatre in Acute Hospitals for Patients Living with Dementia Nicola Abraham (Royal Central) and Jo James (NHS) Anyone Studio One, White Swan Building, University of Portsmouth.
10 February 2022 6.00pm - 7.00pm Dancing on Violent Ground: Merce Cunningham at Black Mountain College Arabella Stanger (Sussex) Anyone Studio One, White Swan Building, University of Portsmouth.
3 March 2022 6.00pm - 7.00pm Applied Theatre: A Pedagogy of Utopia Selina Busby (Royal Central) Anyone Studio One, White Swan Building, University of Portsmouth.
5 May 2022 6.00pm - 7.00pm Voice in musical theatre: Towards a theory of a style Ben Macpherson (University of Portsmouth) Anyone

Studio One, White Swan Building, University of Portsmouth.


School of Creative Technologies

There are no seminars currently scheduled. Return to our research seminar landing page to discover events by other faculties.

School of Film, Media and Communication

There are no seminars currently scheduled. Return to our research seminar landing page to discover events by other faculties.

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